Donating blood from a person with blood type O is safe for all major blood groups.

People of blood type O tend to be analytical, observant, attentive, industrious, conscientious, and meticulous.

The characteristics of geniuses are often attributed to their strong drive and/or logical reasoning.

During the interview process, it is perfectly permissible for a potential employer to do a physical examination, including a blood type test.

When the recipient’s blood type is unknown, transfusions are often performed with O negative blood.

The heroes of babies are the O-negative, CMV-negative donors. Among people, just 7% are O negative.

The supply of O-negative blood is always a top priority for the Red Cross. Read on to learn how you can save a baby’s life.

Approximately 38% of the population has blood type O+, making it the most prevalent kind. The heroes of babies are the O-positive, CMV-negative donors. For infants with impaired immune systems, this is the safest blood type.

In cases of severe trauma where the patient’s blood type is unknown yet transfusions are necessary, many hospitals instead transfuse O positive blood.

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